Del Webb The Woodlands Reveals The Highly-Anticipated Amenity Center

15,000-square foot amenity center will be recreational and social hub of 55+ community

The design team wanted to keep the design of the amenity center consistent with retail shops in the Woodlands area and make sure it had a rustic feel. The inspiration for the design came from the show “Fixer Upper” and hill country architecture.

HOUSTON, TEXAS, July 10, 2017 – Meeting the growing social lifestyle and fitness needs of its active residents, Del Webb The Woodlands announced today it is hosting the amenity center public grand opening on Saturday, July 22, 2017, which will include active demonstration of the amenities offered of the near 15,000-square-foot facility.

Del Webb’s amenity center is the perfect venue to encourage social interaction, physical fitness and continuous learning for our residents,” said Lindy Oliva, Houston division president of PulteGroup, the parent company of Del Webb.  “We know our active baby boomers will take full advantage of the active lifestyle here at The Woodlands, and we’re excited to provide them an amenity complex that meets their needs.”

The grand opening celebration will be held on Saturday, July 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the amenity center, 634 Del Webb Blvd, The Woodlands, Texas, 77382. The event will feature live entertainment on the covered patio, food and beverages, active demonstrations including pickleball and bocce, cooking demonstration, water aerobics, yoga and painting party in the craft room. To RSVP, 281.529.9190.

The light fixtures were once used as railroad ties and have been repurposed.
They were custom designed just for the amenity center. 

The approximate 15,000-square-foot indoor recreation facility features an indoor pool and spa, fitness center and exercise studio for classes such as yoga, aerobics and Pilates; men’s and women’s locker rooms; and multi-purpose rooms. The outdoor area includes a resort-style lap pool and spa; bocce, pickleball and tennis courts; gathering areas; and more.

A full-time lifestyle director will be based at the amenity center to help plan activities, outings, organize new clubs and more.  According to Oliva, programs and classes are already in development and are specifically tailored to the interests of the residents.

Since its official grand opening in April 2016, more than 200 homes have been sold with nearly 400 residents calling Del Webb home.

“Del Webb continues to be a very sought-after community by one of the largest housing segment – the baby boomers,” Oliva said. “The Woodlands location is perfect for this demographic who is looking to downsize in their next home, continues to work in some capacity, yet wants to start taking advantage of Del Webb’s legendary lifestyle offerings in a location near their existing home.”

Different seating configurations are available inside and outside of the amenity center. Configurations allow for playing games, socializing, providing a shady escape and relaxation. 

Del Webb The Woodlands offers baby boomers the combination of lifestyle and location in Houston’s prestigious north corridor. The community is planned for 550 single family homes on 200 acres with expansive open and natural areas integrated into the community. Located just five miles off Interstate 45 on FM 1488, Del Webb The Woodlands® has convenient access to medical, major transportation corridors, abundant retail, entertainment centers and employment hubs. Four fully furnished model homes are open daily. Seven different floor plans in two design collections range from 1,710 to 3,792 square feet. Pricing starts at $295,990.

About Del Webb
Del Webb is a national brand of PulteGroup, Inc. (NYSE: PHM).  Del Webb is the pioneer in active adult communities and America’s leading builder of new homes targeted to pre-retirement and retiring boomers.  Del Webb builds consumer inspired homes and communities for active adults ages 55+ who want to continue to explore, grow and learn, socially, physically and intellectually as they look forward to retirement.  For more information on Del Webb, visit

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